This week we were excited by our trip on Wednesday to Norwich Cathedral and Elm Hill to look at buildings from the past. Before going to Norwich we learnt that the Tudor houses were built using wattle (small sticks) and daub (clay, sand and animal poo!). We learnt about the history of the cathedral and that it is over 900 years old! We also learnt that the Cathedral was made out of limestone from France. Afterwards we went for a walk along Elm Hill and looked at all the tudor buildings that are there. Then on Thursday we spent some time drawing pictures of the houses we had seen. We took our time to show all the little details we had seen the day before.
For Monday could we please have any donations of cereal boxes, shoe boxes or other cardboard boxers of a similar size or smaller. Thank you.